Training

Due to changes in COVID-19 guidelines, please note that you no longer need to book your training if you wish to attend. Thank you!

Meeting Points for Tuesday and Thursday night training

Wick – Riverside Carpark, 5.25pm

Thurso Riverside Hut, Janet Street, 5.25pm

Training – Week commencing 30 May 2022

Tuesday –

15WU, 4*3, 5*4, 4*3 / 60s RT, 2min betw sets, 15WD. Pace 10k

Thursday

Thurso

15WU, 5, 5*3, 5 / 90s RT, 15WD. Pace 5k

Wick – Pack run

COVID-19 Policy

As you are undoubtedly aware, COVID-19 is still widespread in the community and we should all continue to look after each other. As nationwide restrictions are relaxed and responsibility is being placed on individuals, please remember that everyone’s comfort zone is different and some people still need to protect vulnerable family members. It is also important to note that as LFTs will no longer be free to the majority of the public after 18 April, asymptomatic transmission is expected to increase. With this in mind, the NHH Committee request that you follow these good manners for the foreseeable future:
  • Please respect each other’s personal space.
  • Please do not come to training/events if you feel unwell regardless of whether it’s COVID-19 or not – we don’t want your germs!
  • Please follow all Scottish Government guidance/legislation at all times.
  • Please remember face coverings are still a legal requirement in indoor public spaces (ie when registering at events).
  • Please consider doing a LFT if you are car sharing to events.
Scottish Athletics has recently relaxed its COVID-19 Policy, meaning with immediate effect:
  • You do not need to sign up for training sessions.
  • Coaches do not have to submit a register of attendees at training for contact tracing.
  • You do not need to inform the club if you test positive for COVID-19.
  • The club will not liaise with Scottish Athletics or Test & Protect regarding positive cases.
The Committee wish to thank you for abiding by all the COVID-19 regulations over the last 2 years – they have been frustrating at times but without them we wouldn’t have been able to return to club activities as quickly as we did.

Note

We are aware that for some members the prospect of going from running solo to coming back to training may be quite daunting. We will be there when you are ready. If you have any worries, and think you may need additional support or would just like a friendly chat please do not hesitate to contact the NHH Welfare Officer in confidence using the welfare@northhighlandharriers.co.uk e-mail address.